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American Art Deco 1930s Desk Light. @Deidra Brocké Wallace
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Faïence Clepsydra: aka water clock. Egypt, 4th c. BC. One of the earliest known time-keeping devices, water clocks had inner markings which revealed time passed as water ran out of them.
Heart-shaped Tortoiseshell Flask India, 16th century
Upper limb prostheses, made for a 17 year-old boy in 1959.
Sursanga, 19th c. Indian wood, pearl. ivory.
Celestial Globe with Clockwork, dated 1579 Movement by Gerhard Emmoser (Austrian, active 1556, died 1584) Made in Vienna, Austria
Skeleton rocking chair. Carved wood. Russia, 19th century. From: www.facebook.com/...
German 800 Silver Rooster Spice Box, circa 1890
A Turkish thirteenth-century bronze door handle in the form of dragons; here, they are positive symbols, intended to ward off evil. (The David Collection)
Enameled gold toothpick with ruby, possibly English, ca. 1620
Victorian bee brooch.
Clockwork toy Vintage car, by Gebruder Bing. Pressed steel. Germany, c.1920. Copyright © V Images -- All rights reserved.
Mechanical hen, by Yoneya Toys Co Ltd. Lithographed tinplate. Japan 1975-79. Copyright © Victoria and Albert Museum, London / V Images -- All rights reserved.
Pram & Wax Doll. England & Germany, 1880s. Copyright © Victoria and Albert Museum, London / V Images -- All rights reserved.
'De Circus' by Ant. L. de Rop, 1890
'De Drie Katjes - met Rijmpjes' by Alice Becht-Dentz, 1905
'Het Gouden Prentenboek' [1898 - 1948] by Piet Worm, 1948
Set of 5 Bourdet "L' Illustration" 1910 Paris Theatre magazines